Acrylic paint is popular with contemporary artists due to its fast drying quality, versatility and durability. Acrylic first appeared in the 1940s and famous early adopters include Abstract Expressionist Mark Rothko and Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.

Nowadays all painting styles use acrylic. It can be applied in thick layers and impasto, like oil paint, or watered down to create thin glazes, like watercolour. Acrylic is also capable of adhering to nearly any surface so is used on anything and everything from bark paintings in Arnhem Land to museum quality canvases in world-renowned art galleries

Whether you’re looking for Aboriginal art from remote communities, portraits by Archibald Prize finalists, or modern abstracts by emerging artists, find incredible acrylic paintings for sale in this eclectic collection.

40cm (W) x 40cm (H)
62cm (W) x 42cm (H)
original textured acrylic on board.
40cm (W) x 80cm (H)
Acrylic on stretched canvas
101cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Artist quality acrylic paint on deep edge stretched canvas
42cm (W) x 58cm (H)
Acrylic and Posca on paper
101.6cm (W) x 101.6cm (H)
acrylic on stretched canvas
42cm (W) x 58cm (H)
acrylic on canvas
30.5cm (W) x 40.6cm (H)
50cm (W) x 40cm (H)
Acrylic inks
76cm (W) x 50cm (H)
Acrylic ink
72.8cm (W) x 103cm (H)
Hand-Cut Stencil & Aerosol on Wood Panel
60cm (W) x 45cm (H)
Acrylic paint on canvas
14cm (W) x 23cm (H)
Acrylic on gessoed board, varnished and ready to hang
60cm (W) x 80cm (H)
60cm (W) x 80cm (H)
acrylic on canvas
31cm (W) x 41cm (H)
Acrylic paint on 640 gsm Arches paper
41cm (W) x 31cm (H)
Acrylic paint on 640 gsm Arches paper
31cm (W) x 41cm (H)
Acrylic paint on 640 gsm Arches paper
153cm (W) x 61cm (H)
Acrylics on canvas
35cm (W) x 35cm (H)
Acrylic flow art